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Donald Trump Is the Most Pro-Jewish, Pro-Israel President in History
"The reason it's not the end of the world It's because Donald Trump has demonstrated That he's not anti Jew He's not anti black He's not anti Hispanic quite the contrary He is demonstrated through action That he is the most Pro Jewish pro Israel president in modern history Perhaps in history period And all you have to do is ask the Israelis Not the secularists in America the Israelis Even on our college campuses he reached in signed in an executive order to try and protect Jewish students who are abused on our college campuses more on that in a moment And as for white racism how and where How and where So people with truly heartfelt views who are not trying to exploit this for political reasons Their views I'm interested in But that excludes a lot of people Including Joe Biden Including most of the congressional black caucus Including most of the media Including The New York Times and The Washington Post
Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Mark Levin
"When Mark Levin speaks, the backbenchers take notes, call it now, 877-381-3811. The history of Joe Biden's racism and segregation. Is so broad and so deep. It's so involved, I don't have time to cover it tonight. But that didn't stop all the Democrats, some independence in some Republicans from voting for him. It didn't stop The New York Times and The Washington Post from endorsing him. Did it? Why is that
Washington Post Applauds Play Promoting Pedophilia
"Post, and we've got this story up at Todd stern's dot com. The Washington Post has published a bizarre review of a play that promotes pedophilia. No, I'm not making this up. It's the most bizarre thing, but again, the story up at Todd starns dot com. And the play is called downstate, and The Washington Post says it's a brilliant production. The reviewer, a guy by the name of Peter marks, I don't know what I did to offend this guy, but I tried to reach out to mister marks to explain I wanted him to explain exactly why he is so enthralled with this play about pedophilia. And instead of returning my calls, he actually blocked me on Twitter. I don't know what that's all about. Anyway, the whole point of the production is that we should feel compassion and sympathy to those who are pedophiles. And The Washington Post calls that brilliant.
Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Xi Jinping zero COVID policy, which has battered the economy and locked down hundreds of millions of people. The anger was actually a sparked by a tragedy, thousands of miles away and Xinjiang western China. Ten people burned to death in an apartment fire last week. A furious crowd gathered round the government offices convinced that COVID restrictions had stopped the fire engines from reaching the blaze. We're going to talk more about the protests in China with China expert Gordon Chang that comes up at four ten here on WTO. Here at home, President Biden may have declared the pandemic over, but the CDC says 300 people are still dying every day from the disease on average. That's much lower than the 2000 a day death toll at the peak of the delta wave, but it is still roughly two to three times the death rate of the flu. CDC analysis data gotten by The Washington Post finds that 9 in ten COVID deaths are American 65 and older, which is the highest rate ever. Up ahead on WTO, we are seeing some new evidence that Europe's support for Ukraine remains strong. We'll find out more about that when we check in with our national security correspondent JJ green. Three 36. It's
The Left Wants to 'Columbus Day' Thanksgiving
"In today's Los Angeles Times about how Thanksgiving should go the way of Columbus day. It should be noted it should be noted that you can not have the Thanksgiving. Without the LA times. Yeah, no, that's correct. It's not just Thanksgiving. Remember what The New York Times did LastPass over. It was, for every religious holiday, The New York Times, the LA times, I don't know about The Washington Post, but I would presume it would be similar. We'll write an article debunking the validity of that holiday. People who have nothing hate those who have something. And I don't mean, in terms of material possessions. They have nothing. They don't have religion. They don't have love of country. They have nothing, and they hate those who have something. I wrote about this many years ago in explaining George Soros. George Soros has no religious or national identity, and he hates those who do have a religious or national identity. The left is their identity is the identity of biology. And I don't even mean male female because they don't even have that. It is the identity of blood. That is the only identity the left has. The identity of race.
Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Brian McCullough today. All of the protests erupting in China have not only a definitive tech angle, but might also have been triggered by those lockdowns at that Foxconn factory. BlockFi officially files for bankruptcy, binance attempts to prove its reserves, how to message yourself on WhatsApp and how Minecraft might have led to a major new breakthrough in AI. Here's what you missed today in the world of tech. You might remember, I left you last week with news of riots at that Foxconn factory in China. I'm not exactly saying those riots led to this, but you might have seen over the weekend. Protests of various sorts have erupted all across China, protesters are holding up blank pieces of paper as a protest against censorship leading platforms and sensors to quickly remove those images, but also they're fighting a rearguard action all across social media. Researchers say China seems to be flooding Twitter with porn tweets mentioning places where people are protesting overwhelming Twitter's reduced moderation team. Quoting The Washington Post. Numerous Chinese language accounts, some dormant for months or years, came to life early Sunday and started spamming the service with links to escort services and other adult offerings alongside city names. The result for hours, anyone searching for posts from those cities and using the Chinese names for the locations would see pages and pages of useless tweets instead of information about the daring protests as they escalated to include calls for Communist Party leaders to resign. It is not the first time that suspected government connected accounts have used the technique, according to a recently departed Twitter employee. But in the past, it was used to discredit a single account or a small group by naming them in the escort ads. This is a known problem that our team was dealing with manually aside from automations we put in place said the former employee who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid retribution for disclosing internal processes. In mass layoffs and resignations, Twitter's overall staff has been slashed from about 7500 to roughly 2000 surviving employees have estimated. Some groups, including those dealing with human rights issues, safety concerns and deceptive foreign influence operations have been reduced to a handful of people or no staff at all. Sunday's campaign was, quote, another exhibit where there are now even larger holes to fill the ex employee said, all the China influence operations and analysts at Twitter all resigned end quote. Meanwhile, back to Foxconn, sources are saying the turmoil at that huge Foxconn hub is likely to lower iPhone 14 pro production by close to 6 million units by the end of this year, potentially worsening if lockdowns continue or I guess if protests continue. But there are bigger things to think about than iPhone production numbers. Related, I guess, the
Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'
"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and
Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Up with this fantastic Washington Post series on coaching in the NFL and race and hiring and all of this stuff. They did a very good piece on the Giants and I've been saying this a while for the giant somehow the giant skate on this. The Giants have had a black starting quarterback for one game and have never had a black head coach ever. And by the way, that one game they had, the black quarterback, they got so mad they fired the coach and led to beat down a quarterback who just got bitch keep his job for two years too long 'cause it was so offensive that they benched him for that black man who was in Seattle this year bawling. Anyway, but it's been a great series and they did a fascinating piece on Jerry Jones. Fascinating piece on Jerry Jones. And it traces Jerry Jones back to his days in Arkansas and how that informs him as the Jerry Jones that we know today. And it starts with a very what I found to be a very interesting story, which was that Jerry Jones attended North Little Rock high school in 1957 when North Little Rock high school was integrated. And it turns out that Jerry Jones was out there standing by the front door when those kids walked through. Now, I don't do the public Twitter timeline anymore. So it was hours after the story came out that I realized that somehow people had said that Jerry Jones was at the front door of central high school in Little Rock in 1957. The home of a very, very, very significant school integration, one where president Eisenhower had to send the National Guard to Walt those kids in there, right? It wasn't that. This was North Little Rock high school. This was another school. It happened in the same month, but this was another school. Now, what is interesting about it, by the way, at North Little Rock high school, is that the National Guard was not sent and they were not able to uphold that integration of that school. They got it done at central. But The Washington Post put the picture up of Jerry at the schoolhouse door when the kids walked in. A little did I know that caused social media furor people mad as hell with Jerry Jones, they calling him all kinds of racist man for the fact that he was standing there at the door of that school on that day, okay?
Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse
"Step back a bit because again, second biggest fund at the Democrat cause is 44 million, but that's just a drop in the ocean of all the other things he was involved with and along with his brother and everything else. The announcement of the collapse was delayed because of the midterms clearly. But why did this collapse? To me, it seems as if this is a classic Ponzi scheme. This is like the bird he made off. It was a sham. It was a scam. And at some point, not only was he taking funds out from his investors accounts to pay for himself, he was robbing Peter to pay Paul. So at some point, this just became a complete House of Cards, did it not Natalie? No, I think you're totally right and that it was a scam from the get go. And I think, you know, I'm not necessarily an economics expert, but I think when you look at it through the lens of the lack of regulation and the political side of it, I think that coming from the hill coming from The White House, there wasn't really any sense of fear from the FTX side of things that they were going to be held accountable or penalized for their actions and frankly, I think maybe that's why they were donating. So heavily to these candidates in the first place, sort of trying to buy immunity and keep in mind it wasn't just that they were donating to Democrats too if you go through The Washington Post as a chart of the largest donors throughout this midterm election cycle and a guy by the name of, I believe it's Ryan salami or Salim, but he was another FTX high ranking executive, but he was also donating. I believe the number was about $9 million. To Kevin McCarthy and some of his affiliated packs back in McCarthy packs. So again, I think when you see kind of going after both sides of the aisle, to me, it sort of seems like they were trying to buy immunity
Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Inquirer got the story all wrong. They said I was in the hospital because Nancy Pelosi get me in the head with a hammer. That's not what happened. No, we got two shots and I regular an extra crispy, huh? Wow. Never thought of myself as a roast comic. Thank you. Thank you tonight. Miriam Webster's word of the year is gaslighting. Lookups for the word increased 1700% over the year before. It was not just a word associated with a single news event, but it was a word looked up frequently every single day of the year. And that volume pushed this word up to the top. Editor at large, Peter sokolski. Merriam Webster's top definition for gaslighting is the psychological manipulation of a person that causes the victim to question the validity of their own thoughts, perception of reality or memories. Time on the roundup 8 passed the hour. Several schools closed today because of computer problems. We'll tell you all about that and more news coming out right after traffic and weather together on the age at 7 O 8 sponsored by Menards, here's Bo during a couple of problems on our Illinois tollway system, let's start on the northbound tri state we're heavy from two 90 to the grand avenue curve. That's because of a multi vehicle crash. It's over on the left shoulder, no lanes are blocked, but you got the left shoulder impacted here and that's why traffic is jammed up on that northbound trip on the tri state southbound two 94 you're looking good. On the Jane Adams told what eastbound traffic pretty heavy from Lee street to the tri state, there's a crash involving a police vehicle and four other cars, the right lane is blocked that's on the eastbound side of the
Joe Biden’s Railroad Deal Is Falling Apart
"Unfortunately the BS never stops with this administration They lie to you all the time It's not just that they lie to you It's offensive because they have this group of gullible suckers that just never asks any questions on the left And it's so pubg it's so puzzling how you keep getting played for fools So I opened up the show today and I said you man thank the almighty then Joe Biden solved that railroad strike crisis before the election and did a big White House press conference about it You doubt me you should doubt everything Doubting is important I love the fact that you double check and triple check everything I do keeps me frosty And all I want to be is frosty Washington Post September 15th 2022 That is right before the election Headline Biden scores a deal on rail strike But worker discontent emerges So Biden scored a deal on a rail strike That is really fascinating because when I tuned in to Fox today right before I came on the air there was a Chiron for the libs That's the lower one third of the screen There was a Chiron on the screen that said rail strike looming That's so strange because I was told before the election by the media people I was told that he had averted a strike Oh
Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries
"They just are named a special counsel to investigate Donald Trump on two fronts January 6th and documents This guy is not an independent special counsel He is spent his entire career as a career bureaucrat at the Department of Justice Either in one of the field offices for U.S. attorney or main justice He's obviously a colleague of and well entrenched and well known But the very people who are conducting the investigations of the president at this very moment Now what's troubling about all this ladies and gentlemen is as follows Let's take the documents case first Put aside all the static all the so called legal analysts and the professors in the former attorneys general and all the rest Why would you bring the country to the brink of where document case Whatever you think about it why would you bring the country to a brink over a document case That a president slash former president as he's moving into the former president's stage takes documents with him to Mar-a-Lago Some of which are classified Now we have leaks to The Washington Post that say he didn't have a criminal intent He didn't have mens Rea He wasn't trying to make money from them sell them give them to the enemy That's the purpose of the espionage act The purpose of the presidential records act isn't to prosecute anybody because it's not a criminal statute So why would you bring the country to the brink Why would you pave unpaved ground In order to try and bring what is basically an administrative case criminalizing it against a former president
US moves to shield Saudi crown prince in journalist killing - Yahoo News
"The U.S. has moved to shield the Saudi crown prince and a journalist killing the Biden administration has declared that the high office held by Saudi Arabia's crown prince should shield him from lawsuits for his role in the killing of a U.S. based journalist That's a turnaround from Joe Biden's passionate campaign trail denunciations of prince Mohammed bin Salman over the brutal slang The administration says the prince's official standing should give him immunity in the lawsuit filed by the fiance of slain Washington Post columnist Jamal
Do Not Trust Any Polls on Donald Trump
"The Washington Post this is the fix Here's a headline showing you why you should absolutely ignore any poll on Donald Trump This is a piece written October 24th 2016 Just a couple of weeks before the 2016 election which of course Donald Trump won Here's a headline that Washington Post Donald Trump's chances of winning are approaching zero Crystallize Aaron Blake Washington Post ignore it going forward You're going to see a thousand different polls Trump Pompeo Trump Paley Trump desantis Trump Hogan Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump versus his kids Trump versus Melania Trump versus Ivanka Trump versus Marvin the Martian Forget in Disregard them I'm telling you disregard the polls Do not use them as any type of God If you want to vote for Trump because you like them do it If you want to vote for desantis because you like them do it But do not be swayed by ridiculous polls going forward especially when it comes to Donald Trump
WaPo: Rep. Kevin McCarthy Sabotaged Other Republican Campaigns
"Washington Post yesterday published a shocking story about how Kevin McCarthy has been working behind the scenes for several years now to sabotage the campaigns of conservative candidates. And by conservative candidates, I mean members of the House freedom caucus. We're going to be speaking to one of those members a little bit later on Ralph Norman from South Carolina. The story goes into great detail about how even this election cycle, Kevin McCarthy was funneling money to outside groups and the whole point of this was to sabotage the campaigns of conservatives. It's unbelievable. Folks, we've been telling you for a long time now that there is a Civil War underway in the Republican Party. It's been happening in the shadows. It's been happening behind the scenes, but it's been going on and it's been very effective. Not only had these conservatives been fighting the Democrats in many cases, these candidates have also been fighting their own party and they've had no idea. It is a covert operation. Now, McCarthy is not commenting on any of this, but apparently the RNC is involved in some capacity as well. It's a pretty ugly stuff. And now you're going to see Republicans rising up and calling out Donald Trump and I want you to understand something. When you look at these so called conservatives that are coming out and attacking Donald Trump. You need to go back and see if they were if they were on the Trump train to begin with, or if they have just been a silent or quiet never trumper. Because every single one of the ones I've looked at have been never trumpers. So not much has really changed here. That's what I'm getting at.
The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence
"Folks you can't watch MSNBC and CNN You can't read The Washington Post in The New York Times You can't watch NBC ABC and CBS without the constant lies racism violent and vile language the media have a huge role in this And of course the Democrat party always Always Is a party that was built on violence that persisted on violence and still embraces violence Not a word about the riots of 2020 Which destroyed cities Which literally left people dead Which harmed police officers changed the way we police in this country They consequences are felt every single minute of every day particularly in our metropolitan areas And we have to listen to a man who heads that party who doesn't say a syllable about it and won't Not a word Not a word
Elon Musk's Twitter Deal Brings Dogecoin Back From the Dead
"Twitter has some interesting ongoing. So as we know, it was acquired by Elon Musk and it seems that big changes are coming. So the company plans to let go of 25% of its workforce in a first round of layoffs according to a source and reported by The Washington Post, further the social media company is planning to charge $20 a month for verification, that's according to the verge. If employees building it don't meet the deadlines, they too will reportedly be fired and in separate but related crypto news Dogecoin, the crypto, which Elon has been so vocal over has increased 150% since Tuesday becoming the 6th largest crypto in the world. So a lot going on here with Elon's takeover of Twitter. Wendy, I'm going to pass this one up to you to get started. What do you make of all of these layoffs? So first and foremost, corporate America is completely flawed in a lot of different aspects. I worked a corporate job while I worked for a corporation for a long time and it was an absolute mess. You have all these people that are higher ups that are telling all the lower down people what they need to do, but the higher up people have no idea how customer service works or they have no idea how the actual people below them do their jobs. And I've been reading a lot of different things about Twitter structure and from what I've gathered is sounds like there is a lot of people in management and less people that are actually able to do coding or to do the dev work and make sure the platform is working properly. So I think that it's good to restructure. Again, Twitter is a business. And I repeat this again. Twitter is a business. Elon Musk is a very smart businessman. Hence why he was able to purchase Twitter for approximately $44 billion. He is going to do whatever it takes to make the platform generate revenue. As far as the whole free speech goes as far as him being for the underdogs, again, you guys, he's a businessman. I think that there will be better changes made to the platform. I personally don't mind to pay that $20 fee to remain verified in hopes that it will actually help with the bots some way, shape, or form. I don't know how that's going to work out. I'm excited about it. But again, Elon is not necessarily a friend, guys. He's a businessman, and we are simply a guest on his platform. As far as Dogecoin goes, I'm excited about it. We did pretty well on that trade. And I'm just excited.
Mike Lee: We Don't Want a Government That's Our Nanny
"I was just reading an article before you came on the air It's an op-ed piece to be fair but it's in The Washington Post about how it's time to get the masks back on again And I keep telling the listeners like this is what's on the ballot in 8 days You have a chance right now to send a statement in 8 days to get back to constitutional republic based sanity and away from big government authority authoritarian anti scientific mandates The only way to send a message with the vote That's what we do That kind of stuff is on the ballot and they did Exactly We don't want a federal government that's our nanny We don't want the federal government trying to tell us what to do what to believe What we have to put on our face what we have to inject into our body And that is exactly the kind of government they get with Joe Biden Evan McMillan will be Joe Biden's guy as elected and Chuck Schumer's 51st vote Let's not do that Not in Utah not on our soil not ever
Dinesh D'Souza Releases '2000 Mules' in Book Form
"Dinesh tell us about the book, which some people might be interested or curious how is it different than the movie walk us through it? The movie is a 90 minute narrative of what really happened in the 2020 election. And there are some aspects in the movie that can't be duplicated in a book. So for example, the movie has surveillance video. Obviously, there's no way for me to pluck that video and stick it in a book. The book has photos and images, but it doesn't have video. On the other hand, books can do certain things that movies can't. And so a book can almost like a legal brief, lay out a systematic argument. At a far greater level of explanation and detail, it can provide a lot of evidentiary backup, crossing the T's and dotting the eyes. And the other thing that this book has is it has a systematic refutation of the critics of the movie. So it goes beyond 2000 meals and it answers people like Ali swenson of AB, Philip bump of The Washington Post, Tom drives back at national public radio. Many of the prominent sort of debunkers of 2000 meals, not to mention, by the way, Liz Cheney and Bill Barr, all of them come under scrutiny and under fire in the book.
Dinesh D'Souza: '2,000 Mules' Will Be Released as a Book
"We're pleased to announce the book comes out tomorrow. You must be thrilled. Mike, I really am, and it's partly because, you know, a book can do things that a film can't. Film is a narrative, and to some degree it's artificially constructed by which I mean we're writing about the research that was done by true the vote. We're showing it on camera. And so obviously we have to recreate it. We recreate Greg Phillips office. We recreate the true the vote kind of research facilities. And of course, some critics jump on that and they go, wait a minute. That's not really his office. It's kind of like you watch, you know, all the president's men. Wait a minute. That's not really the office of The Washington Post. That really isn't Woodward and Bernstein out there. Those are actors. So films are vulnerable to that kind of critique. Now a book isn't a book is more like a legal brief and just lays out the evidence in a very systematic way. And I have a chapter that specifically rebutting the critics. So it's going to be, I think, a valuable contribution.
Elon Musk Intends to Fire 75% of Twitter Employees
"Let's talk about a Twitter because The Washington Post has a what was supposed to be a bombshell revelation, which was causing a lot of consternation at The Washington Post and at Twitter. Documents detail plans to gut Twitter's workforce. And it turns out that Elon Musk in a disclosure to investors. Had said, or has said that he plans to fire and get this 75% of all Twitter employees. Now Twitter has thousands of employees. Well, 7500 employees. So firing 75% of them would bring Twitter as force staff down to just 2000 employees. Pretty much most people would be would be canned. Now, you would think that The Washington Post might raise questions about things like, well, is it possible to maintain a large digital platform like Twitter with this reduced workforce or are there a lot of people twiddling their thumbs to Twitter? What is in fact the optimum workforce for Twitter? But no, The Washington Post doesn't go there. Here's how they deal with it. A change likely to have major impact on its ability to control harmful content end quote. The word about censorship. So here you have the paradox of media organizations that have become vociferous lobbyists for censorship. Why? Because essentially they all have a point of view and they want to shut down the rival point of view. Nothing could be more. Think of what how disgraceful this is from the perspective of having discussions, having debate, what the First Amendment is really for.
Twitter Is a Simulation, It's Not Real Life
"If the media, a big media company would be purchased by a Republican, there'd be a lot of uproar and rancor. Oh my goodness, billionaire Republican buys The Washington Post. Okay. But there is a company that is far more critical that is a staple to the regime that they can not lose. And that is Twitter. Twitter is a simulation. Twitter is not real life. Twitter used to be a lot of fun, 5 or 6 years ago. We used to have one of the top Twitter accounts on the planet because we understood how the platform worked and it was organic and it was authentic and it was bottom up and you were legitimately able to impact the news cycle, impact millions of people with contrarian ideas with heterodox takes, and then all of a sudden Twitter was captured by the very same regime that rated Mar-a-Lago goes after pro life leaders, and they had a consensus that by any means necessary, they need to have a platform where it feels like you could speak freely, but it's actually the absence of free thought. The whole thing is a game. It's a simulation. And that's exactly what Twitter has become. And so Twitter has become kind of like this public private partnership of you're not allowed to speak out against the issues we care about, whether it be environmentalism and climate change, COVID and vaccines, the mRNA shot, you can't do any of those things. Now, if Twitter were to actually be liberated by these Bolsheviks, the Democrats will not win a major election for the next 20 years. That's how important Twitter is. Twitter is the incubator of elite opinion in society. It's not a matter of how wide Twitter goes. It's also a question of how deep this Twitter go.
Report: Elon Musk plans to cut 75% of Twitter workforce
"There is word that three out of every four Twitter workers could lose their job should Elon Musk by the company The Washington Post citing documents and unnamed sources reports billionaire Elon Musk should he go through with his purchase of Twitter would got the company's workforce by as much as 75% dropping it from some 7500 to less than 2000 people Wet bush analyst Dan Ives says that might attract investors but it would set the company back years Experts and Twitter's own staff said earlier drastic cuts could lead to an overrun of harmful content and spam which Musk himself has warned against Twitter and a representative for Musk attorney Alex Spiro did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment I'm Tim McGuire
"the washington post" Discussed on WTOP
"That's a really fierce internal debate that's happening. At the state level, state Republican parties and county level central committees all across the country. Peter jamison of The Washington Post talking to Depp and Mark, you are listening to 103.5 FM and WTP op dot com. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. The capitals literally rolled out the red carpet to open the season at Capital One arena, but were a bit too generous a host falling 5 two to a Boston Bruins team that's won 7 of the last 8 meetings and it's easy to say it was a bad debut for new goalie Darcy Kemper, but coming up empty on four power plays doesn't help Peter laviolette. We were disjointed. It seemed for the first half of the game. And when you wanted to puck to be there, it wasn't. We weren't on the mark with a pass or we weren't on a mark with positioning or we got outnumbered in the battle, whatever it might be. And we weren't clicking. We weren't in sync. But they can get there at 7 30 in Toronto when they face a Maple Leafs team also coming off an opening night loss. At the risk of jinxing the Washington commanders in Chicago, it's been pointed out that Carson Wentz is 6 in all time on Thursday Night Football in three and O against the bears. How do you keep those good streaks alive, Carson? For me, it's about consistency. Not just deliver big plays, but how are we sustaining drives discipline keeps coming up and communication and some errors that put us back to second and extra long and third and long and those things that can definitely kill drives and so those are things that I can do better. I can clean up and I know we all will that we all list this week is missing Jahan dotson Logan Thomas and Sam Cosby for that struggling offense while the defense will be without William Jackson and Percy butler in the secondary. Both NLDS series shift tied at a game apiece thanks to the Padres 5 three win in LA and the brave shutout of the Phillies. Rob wood fork WTO sports
"the washington post" Discussed on KOMO
"Us are turning to digital apps for health information and in some cases, even treatment. So while HIPAA are lagging behind and not giving people the protection they need. And I think it's hard to imagine you can just think about the many, many anecdotes that privacy advocates and reporters here from people with cancer. When you have cancer, you know, suddenly managing the digital outreach, you see about that, the targeted ads becomes a part time job and can become incredibly hurtful and frustrating. And this isn't all theoretical either. You did some actual hands on research and investigating with these apps. What was your process like? So we worked with multiple privacy experts as well as technologists at DuckDuckGo in the electronic frontier foundation and internally at The Washington Post to look at the web traffic going on in the background of these apps and seeing what they're sending out into whom. And what we found was that these health apps are communicating with a vast network of third parties, including advertising companies and sharing both what you're looking at and who you are. And we're in a world now Tatum that's become hyper aware of our own health over the last two and a half years of the pandemic. So symptom trackers, health apps. They're vital these days for a lot of people. How do you recommend we protect our data? So one thing that you can do is if you're using an iPhone, you can say no when you get that pop up that says ask app not to track. Go ahead and ask it because we do see significant privacy improvements on iOS versus Android. On an Android, you can reset your advertising ID, which means you go in there and you kind of wipe clean that string of digits that's tied to your phone, so advertisers can't piece it together as you move around different apps. Tatum hunter with us on northwest news radio. Reported for The Washington Post and you can find
"the washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Think that's really exciting, but it also really requires people to have that curiosity of wanting to both understand their customers as well as their internal partners. So I think being good listeners being intrinsically curious is more important than ever before to a sales executive success. And I think a lot of good sales executives also understand that in some years, success could be luck. Or what might happen with your list is somewhat out of your hands. However, deploying some of those foundational principles of being a useful being a partner, being a value add, is more important at points than just being somebody that is going into clients and asking for the order. Absolutely. I mean, I think that makes a lot of sense that with your job becoming more internally focused, that they also have to be working collaboratively across the business as well. And especially with what you said regarding the link between advertising and subscriptions too, I'm curious what that does to structure. Are there more cross team meetings that happen at the post now? Are you having the heads of these departments, meet on a more regular basis than maybe before? It's evolving. I mean, it certainly since my officially taking over subscriptions under my purview in January, it has created the conditions where there's more curiosity between teams now. Tell me, you know, subscriptions, person may say, help me understand what advertisers are looking for and our advertising team is really curious on how subscriptions may be part of something suite of offerings that we are able to bring value to our customers with. And so I think that level of transparency and partnership across the organization will just make us stronger and more differentiated than across the marketplace. And so digging back into subscriptions too, because you mentioned a lot about that known user that person that is not yet a subscriber but still able to be monetized pretty efficiently. I'm curious about how your strategy is now focusing on that kind of middle ground person that middle of the funnel person. What's the primary, I guess, monetization strategy for that individual and is the goal ultimately converting them to a subscriber, like a paid subscriber, or is it to just really increase their usage of the site in order to increase their, I guess, advertising arpu. Ultimately, converting to subscription is a key metric that we're focused on. We want but conversion to subscriber ultimately comes with loyalty habit forming, really thinking about how to deliver value for that consumer or for that reader. So along the way, really being able to pick up on some of those signals, being able to increase that frequency of the reader coming back. And identifying the things in the signals that will ultimately lead them to becoming a subscriber has a beneficial implications for the advertising business as well. Got it. So what are some of the things that you're doing to help get them more embedded in The Washington Post to help them increase their page views? I know some publishers have leaned into newsletters, have leaned into podcasts, even listeners, like getting them to the site.
"the washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Spotlighting chief revenue officers at media companies talking with folks from The Daily Beast, vox media, BuzzFeed, and this week, The Washington Post about how the role of the CRO has changed, but then also how what role this era is playing right now given the broader economic downturn and these media companies navigating their businesses through. And so this week, Kaylee, you spoke with joy Robbins, who is the CRO of The Washington Post. And last week in our episode with Ryan Polly from vox media, he talked about how joy was someone that he reached out to when the CRO position at vox media changed and brought in because joy had experience with that. And so he wanted to get some advice from her on how to manage the expansion of the position. Do I have to say about how her position at the post has expanded? Yeah, so joy has been a CRO for about 5 years now, started at The Washington Post in 2019 as CRO and then before that was at courts. And she said that earlier this year, in January, she took on all kind of oversight of The Washington Post subscription business as well.
"the washington post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is the podcast distributed by audible. I should also note here that audible is a subsidiary of Amazon and both provide funding for NPR. Luisa, welcome and thanks so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. Yeah, can you just tell us a little bit about how you thought up this podcast? It's so unique. Yes, so I actually got the idea from this book that I got as a teenager from my East German godfather He loved poetry. And it's called lyrical apothecary. And it was written in the 1930s and the cast and I was a dissident and satirist and poet. And he wrote this book and sorted poems by ailments. So the table of contents read something like of aging is putting you in a bad mood, turned to pages 21 56 and 60. And so it goes on and on. And at the height of COVID, I was reporting in Berlin for The Washington Post. And I had this time when I was feeling just a lot of despair and burnout because it was just so devastating to see what is happening and I remembered this book and I picked it up and I just like I was laughing and sort of crying and just finding bits of reprieve and comfort. I just remembered that poetry can offer these insights and relief and just a different way of viewing and seeing the world. And I thought about what would an audio version of this look like? What would it be if collars could share their problems and dilemmas big and small and some of my favorite writers and poets could respond with poems that have moved them or inspired or comforted them. And that's how it started. Yeah, I want to get to some recommendations for people because I know that over the last few months and really even the last couple of years it feels like between the pandemic and between all of the kind of economic uncertainty that's happening in the world, everything in our politics. People are feeling burnt out. They're feeling disheartened. I wonder, is there a poem that you have in mind that could bring people some comfort or some peace in these times? When poem that came to mind, it speaks about anger at 6 what feeling anger and I think that anger is really important and it's a sign that something is wrong or that something we sort of care about has been hurt. So it's called angier North Carolina or angier and C and it's written by the poet Eric tran, and angier is a town in North Carolina, but the speaker in this poem, he's standing at the checkout of a Harris teeter supermarket. And he reads that name and confuses it for the word angrier because that's sort of his emotional state at that moment. So yeah, the palm it leaves a lot up for interpretation, but I think it, yeah, it really beautifully expresses the difficulty of holding both anger and rage about injustice, but also this love that's underneath it. So let's see. I do you want me to read the full poem? Yeah, I would love to hear you read it. Okay, let's see. All right. Angier and C by Eric tran. I read about the winner of the Harris teeter gift card and saw angrier North Carolina, a mistake small enough to slip in your pocket in the checkout line. But I admit I am angry. Four of my friends died this year, I would have more save the dates for weeks than weddings on my fridge of 30 year olds did that. You may be see now why I am angry. My friend said he was scared to die alone and I said he was silly instead of let's get married. I admit my fist has tightened around my steering wheel as if to say, I am okay if I'm not screaming as if to say, look at all the control I have. I admit I am so angry that I cry at surprise proposals now. I'm so angry, I write down everyone's birthday. So angry, I demand unending hugs. I am lousy and bloated with love. In anger, I apologize for not congratulating you soon, Liza, M of angier, North Carolina. I'm angry and I wish you the bounty of double coupon day of dented cans sold for cheap, a slab of bloody roast with the most perfect marble. A flat of strawberries near spoil, right when they're sweetest. Wow. Yeah, I mean, the softness, the connection of the tenderness and the anger there is just unbelievably powerful. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I love this line. You know, there's so many lines that I love, but I am so angry, I write down everyone's birthday, so angry, I demanded unending hugs. I am lousy and bloated with love. Like, to me to express this idea that underneath anger, there is love, you know? Because I think that we get angry when something that we love gets hurt. And I love that this poem acknowledges that. And it also suggests that, you know, the thing to do with anger and despair is to reach out to the people we love and to remember their birthdays. And even to wish, you know, as stranger that they get to taste the maximum sweetness of a strawberry. I think that sort of well wishing and that reaching out is an antidote to despair. Yeah, I want to selfishly ask for another recommendation specifically for me. I'm curious about, I'm getting married in September of this year. And I have been thinking a lot about just what makes a long-lasting, healthy, happy relationship. And I'm curious, and if you have any poems for that specific set of circumstances. Yes, I love this, it's not quite a dilemma, but I love this question. I mean, it's a lifelong dilemma, right? It's trying to keep your relationship working and positive and it's exactly, yeah. Well, miles, I have the perfect poem for you. There's a poem called here and it's by grace Paley. She was an American poet and short story writer, and she died in 2007. And you could also say that it's a tried and true poem for successful long-term relationships because it was recommended to me by friends who recited it at their wedding, actually. And they've been together for 6 years and very happily married. So yeah, let me read it to you. Okay, a good sign a good sign. Here, by grace Paley. Here I am in the garden, laughing, an old woman with heavy breasts, and a nicely mapped face. How did this happen? Well, that's who I wanted to be. At last, a woman in the old style sitting, stout size apart, under a big skirt, grandchild, sliding on off my lap, a pleasant summer perspiration. That's my old man across the yard. He's talking to the meter reader. He's telling him the world sad story how electricity is oil or uranium and so forth. I tell my grandson, run over to your grandpa, ask him to sit beside me for a minute. I am suddenly exhausted by my desire to kiss his sweet explaining lips. Be careful, I might end up stealing that for my own wedding ceremony. Oh, I got some confidence. Yeah, if we can credit my Friends, I think they had such a great idea. I mean, I love that this poem describes, you know, not a honeymoon love, but the love of two people who know each other's quirks and flaws and who have also changed over the years. And despite that, they lean in towards each other. Despite the summer perspiration and grandkids and stout thighs and all of that. And I also love this phrase exhausted by desire, which I had never heard those words put together before. But yeah, because they sort of made sense to me because it seems like when you're with someone for, you know, for years and decades, you know, life is really exhausting. And love can have its ups and downs, but still making a life with someone and leaning in and that
"the washington post" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"To my pillow dot com and use promo code dinesh, or you can call 808 7 6 zero two two 7, but to get the discount, you need to use promo code DI NES H to mesh. I want to commend Philip bump of The Washington Post. He's their national correspondent. And he has with me a lengthy Q&A dialog, which he has printed almost verbatim. There are some minor edits, but I don't have no quarrel with the way that the interview is presented. And it's very long. I don't know. It looks like 7 or 8000 words. It was about 23 pages when I printed it out and transcript. And one of these guys who can't read on the computer, I kind of have to print it out. Debbie is like, you're so old school. I'm like, yeah, I am old school. I kind of have neat pieces of paper. And sometimes I need a little bit of a pen or a highlighter. And what I find funny about the interview, by the way, is that and I've never really seen this, not just in The Washington Post, but in any newspaper that Philip bump highlights the interview as it is published. He has yellow highlights running through the interview. And it's almost as if he's kind of like saying only read the highlighted parts, which I think are the parts where he thinks he came out well. Now, I think it's interesting because the highlights are obviously a relatively small part of the overall interview. And I think maybe that's a sign that Philip bump thought that he got the better of me only in these yellow sections. But you shouldn't pay attention to that. You should read the whole thing. I mean, look, Philip bump has every right to highlight, if you will, and quite honestly, what I'm going to do is I'm going to give you my own highlights now. Verbal highlights, if you will, of the same of the same interview. And what I want to get at is I want to expose how difficult it is for these guys to poke holes in the film. And the difficulty that they have is in attacking the totality of the film. It's kind of like if you're a defense attorney and you're looking at a case that's been presented to you with which has many elements. And so what you try to do is you try to pretend that there's only one part of the case. Oh, there's only one element and you go after that relentlessly, as if to say that if you were able to debunk that, somehow your debunking the case as a whole. And now what Philip bump tries to do and I think he thinks he's playing journalist and kind of evaluating the film, but in fact, he's playing, he's playing the bunker and what he's trying to do is poke holes in it. That's absolutely his prerogative. But he needs to be self conscious about what he's doing. All right, so he begins really by asking me, how do you know that these mules were paid? And I tell them, I say, well, look, the reason I know is there's three or four ways to know. But the first way is that the way this whole thing got started is a whistleblower came forward to true the vote and basically said, I'm doing this. And I got paid. And I'm not alone. I'm part of a larger group that's doing this. And all of us got paid. So that's pretty good evidence right there. Now, of course, as often happens with whistleblowers or informants, they are scared. They know that they've done something not only wrong, but criminal. And so they're like, I don't want my name to be used, but I'm describing an operation and you can verify for yourself of this operation is in fact taking place. And so what is true the vote do? They say, okay, well, we'll buy the cell phone geo tracking data and we'll look for other mules. And that's exactly what they did. Now, bump jumps in and he goes, wait a minute, wait a minute. That's not in the movie. The anonymous informant. And I go, well, yeah, it's not in the movie because the guys anonymous. I couldn't very well interview him in the movie. And I say that, you know, as a journalist, you should know that the movie operates in conjunction with some formal reports through the voters submitted a fairly detailed report to the state of Georgia. They talk about the whistleblower, the state of Georgia is trying to find the whistleblower. You know all this. So even though the this particular episode is not in the movie, it certainly is part of the evidence that the mules got paid. Now, bob kind of pivots away from this once he realizes that there actually is real evidence. It isn't just the mules taking photos of the ballots going in. First of all, that's pretty convincing by itself. It's pretty convincing for this reason. The mules are not taking photos of themselves. There's not a single case I can see where the mule is stepping in front of the box and taking a photo of himself or wearing an I voted sticker or any of that. This is not about that. This is taking photos of the ballots going in. And if you think about it, what reason is there to do that? There is none. Unless you have to show, hey, listen, I was there. Look at my timestamp. It was 2 a.m. in the morning, just like you told me to go at night. I dropped in the ballots. I need to get paid. That think about the mule in the movie who comes in on the bike. Drops in the ballots. He's about to take off. And then he turns around. He's like, oh, wow. Wait a minute, I remember now. I gotta take a photo. So all of this behavior is inexplicable if you unless it is the way to prove that you did the job and get paid. There's no one has offered any other rational explanation now. Philip bump tries to make some nonsensical. I've seen other people who take similar photos and so on and I consider this just to be verbal garbage because it does not explain the facts as you see them in the official surveillance video. Video itself. Now Philip bump goes, have you talked to the whistleblower? And I go, no, I haven't talked to the whistleblower. This is a whistleblower came to true the vote. This is actually several months ago. In fact, it was before true the vote and I sat down to review all this evidence. Through the vote investigators spoke to the whistleblower, and he highlights that. As if it's like a telling point, inertia is not himself spoken to the whistleblower, and my point is whoop Dee do. No one denies that there was a whistleblower and that's what got the whole thing started. How else would truth and vote know and what direction to go? Some of us wish we could rewind the clock when it comes to our health exercising climbing stairs all the stuff that young people.
"the washington post" Discussed on WTOP
"House Republicans threatened to unseat about a thousand democratic appointees to 300 state regulatory and governing boards as payback for Senate Democrats rejecting one of his cabinet picks and most of his legislative agenda The Washington Post reports Republicans backed down a few hours after making the threat removing only 11 Democrats from 5 boards Democrats had threatened to refuse to approve all of the governors of pointees if Republicans made good on their threats Victims of the massive 2017 Equifax breach are finally going to get some relief a federal court has approved a $435 million settlement Notices will be going out to those who were affected by the breach Consumer man herb weisbaum is a contributing editor at checkbook dot org He tells WTO's Dmitri sodis what you need to do to get your share of the settlement To meet you the breach was one of the largest in the U.S. history exposing the personal information of 147 million Americans Hackers stole sensitive personal identifying information including social security numbers Driver's license and credit card numbers The lawsuit filed by the federal government and all 50 states claimed Equifax failed to secure the personal information that had gathered and delayed notifying victims about the breach Now Equifax denied any wrongdoing but the company agreed to make restitution to those with qualifying claims and to provide four years of free credit monitoring to millions more a federal court gave final approval to the $425 million class action lawsuit settlement in mid January The court also awarded $80 million in attorney fees settlement notices are now being sent to those who previously filed claims for monetary compensation or that free credit monitoring Herb this sounds like a real big consumer victory and it may well be free credit monitoring for four years is sure nice for those who don't want to pay for it or no longer want to pay for it But when you redefine print Dimitri you realize that when it comes to the reimbursement even those who can prove a monetary loss may only get pennies on the dollar It really all depends on how many people file claims In your checkbook story you talk about the notices that are going out and you warn that it's important to make sure the one you get is legitimate Boy absolutely notification letters and emails are being sent to anyone who filed a claim as part of the settlement by January 22nd of 2020 It contains a 12 digit activation code Now skeptical consumers may question if the correspondence is legitimate or just another clever phishing scam That's what I suspected when I got my email last week and scammers may very well take advantage of the settlement So it's really important to make sure you're looking at a legitimate email The email should be coming from info at Equifax breach settlement dot com If it's not coming from that email address it's a scam Info at Equifax breach settlement dot com By the way to meet you no one will ever call you about the settlement and you will never be asked for any money Anyone who asks for money that is a scam Can you run down the specifics of what Equifax has agreed to do Sure for those who filed a claim by the January 2020 deadline there's free credit monitoring you can apply for at least four years enrollment and experian identity works which monitors all three national credit bureaus and cash for those who qualify up to a $125 to cover losses or expenses you incurred because of identity theft or fraud that is quote fairly traceable to.
"the washington post" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the dollar and betting on cash are some of the best risk off hedges right now at a time when there is so much potential risk in benchmark bonds And to me how much does that continue to be the trade as the Wall Street analysts get ever more hawkish with respect to fed oscillations Yeah do we agree To me the hawkishness I'm really sort of taken aback by it I get I get four rate increases on a measured basis is just one percentage point I get it's not all that much within the scheme of it but I'm just still surprised if the certitude out there of gaming the parlor game out Well you said it this morning The Washington Post story talking about 14% increases in rents In certain cities around the country This is becoming a political problem This is becoming an economic problem particularly for the lower income individuals The fed has to get ahead of it and they've already talked about that And they want to present a shock without it being too big of a shock Okay Which is a dance They haven't done for decades To me is interesting to say the post is wrong I had a Redfin I believe as a source His wrong on 14 split the difference is 7% rental inflation acceptable to two thirds of America The answer is absolutely not Especially because wages are not keeping pace right And what you're seeing is they're falling further behind and you have I believe a negative 2.3% real wages Real wage rate in the U.S. How does the fed deal with this at a time when it looks like the employment market is pretty tight I'm gonna be on the edge of informed here folks and go to eco go This is how bramo does it I mean you sit there and you go look at the secrets The trade secrets of east got ISN to morally I'm sorry That's a first look That's important Yeah it's important Also jolts this week is going to be truly important The job opening And of course the payrolls report on Friday Not to mention the Bank of England and the ECB Thursday I did not know that Yeah That will be interesting to say the least Futures negative ten a churning.
"the washington post" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Frequented And he's telling her about this binder he went on in Las Vegas He was in this luxury hotel room which had its own private lap pool he woke up face down in the lap pool heading almost drowned He was throw out of it And looked around to see these Russian drug dealers that he'd invited in Ransacking all his belongings and they stole his laptop And he says to this prostitute that's a problem because my father is about to run for president And these people know that I have Brazilians of dollars So he knew he was a black male risk And he was a really rampant drug addict with an addiction also to prostitution and porn And he was traveling around the world sometimes he had Secret Service protection other times he waved it off But he was mixing with really corrupt evil people These oligarchs in Russia in particular the criminal safety paid members in China And they were plying him with all his devices and of course he was just in disgrace And so I imagine and you would know better than me that and I've been told by other people who know about intelligence That there's no way the vice president would have been allowed to mix in those unsavory circles around the globe without having the American children services keeping an eye on him And certainly the way his life went Everyone else around him all these other partners ended up in jail or dead or disappeared But he just emerged unscathed as if he had a very good mother looking after him Well one of the things I have been told is that his overseas travel specifically in China was very concerning Let's just say to the people around him concerning to the point where there were let's say reports made emails sent about how destructive his behavior was I mean Miranda none of this was a secret Again we're talking Miranda divine author of the incredible book laptop from hell about Hunter Biden But what concerns me and I've discussed that on my podcast many times some of the information given to me about this national security disaster known as Hunter Biden But Miranda have you gotten any kind of inside input as to what's going on with the FBI I mean is this case going anywhere We have a case number We know the case numbers so we know what they were investigating potential influence operations money laundering Why haven't we heard anything I mean it seemed like they moved with speed and haste when it was when they wanted to spy on Donald Trump And yet we've heard no updates at all on this case against Hunter Biden Well it is telling isn't it that when the FBI was looking into anything Trump related the leaks would legion to The New York Times and The Washington Post and their friendly media But now it's just watertight No leaks which is as it should be So either they're not doing anything or they're a good people investigating and they're doing the right thing and not using the media to manipulate these situations And they just I mean if they have the laptop they also my book is not just a laptop because that is not enough It's also Tony boba lenski's material of course he was Hunter Biden Business partner in American hero and patriot a former naval guy And he gave his entire contents of his devices with very damning material on it to the FBI last year I have that material as well A lot of it overlaps with the laptop but a lot of it is new and is really damning That's where we know that the big guy who is getting 10% of a cup of one of these the biggest deal in China with Joe Biden And they made other information I mean it's financial information that chuck grazie and Ron Johnson got which is also crucial and so when the Republicans if they do win back the House and the Senate at the end of this year they will have to then do investigations And I'm told that they will And it's crucial to America's national security because you just look at this situation in Ukraine And I don't know if people understand but the company burisma that corrupt energy company in Ukraine that was paying Hunter Biden $83,000 plus a month We've actually Moscow aligned It's been the energy minister in the previous corrupt Moscow aligned government which had been kicked out after the maiden revolution And he had been under investigation by the British and the Americans He had bank accounts frozen in London And it was because of Joe Biden intervening and having the Ukrainian prosecutor fired forcing that and threatening to withhold a $1 billion in USA if that didn't happen Because of that the investigations that were going on into burisma in Ukraine just came to a dead end And I think to show up in that prosecutor has since said that he was just about to subpoena Hunter Biden and his friend Devon archer none of that happened of course But everybody that the bidens were involved with the Ukraine was a Russia person was Moscow aligned And so when the Hunter Biden made some excuse about being on the board of charisma and saying I was trying to help be a good guy and help Ukraine become energy independent The opposite was the case The bidens were on Russia's side and then you know that hunter was and his business partner here were getting money sent to the for instance the three and a half $1 million wide into an account with one of France's business partners Yelena baturina the wife of the former corrupt Moscow mayor I mean they were so entwined with Russia And you now you look at the way Joe Biden can port himself with Vladimir Putin the way Vladimir Putin behaves as if he absolutely has Joe Biden's number and is pushing for whatever he can get while Biden is president It is really frightening All Biden does these talk that you have to look at his actions You have to look at how compromised T and his family are with Russia and that's not even talking about China Yeah that's a great point Miranda I gotta run thank you for writing the book it's spectacular The book folks is called laptop from hell It is a stunning expose of all the shenanigans with the Biden family in these international ties They should not and really shouldn't have and should be investigated should be investigated more vigorously than it's happening right now Thanks for your time Miranda We appreciate it Thanks Dan Good to talk You got it Always good to talk to you Folks pick up the book You're going to love it All.
"the washington post" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Already again. There are exceptions to his rule. Exceptions to his rule, as it turns out, include people who work for public sector unions, according to the Washington Post. U. S. Postal Service workers were not included in Biden's executive order requiring all federal employees get vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to a White House official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss it, not yet public portions of the president's plan. Now This is one of the elements the president's plans for the private sector to the private sector, the law for the public sector, everything. It's a Joe Biden says He's going to sign an executive order. And it's gonna require all executive branch federal employees to be vaccinated. Except for the ones who, you know. We have deals with. Next. I've decided executive order that will now require all executive branch Federal employees to be vaccinated all I've signed another executive order that will require federal contractors. To do the same if you want to work with the federal government do business to this get vaccinated. First of all, he's lying for a huge swath of workers, according to the Washington Post 644,000 employees, You know people bring in your mail every day. The people are most likely to be in contact with you, Joe American every single day. Those people are not going to have to get vaccinated or do the testing regimen. Because they have a union, the American Postal Workers Union. And that union gives a lot of money to Democrats. So that means that the Postal Service is now exempt. Also, according to The Washington Post, the largest union representing federal workers push back against the specifics of implementation, according to the Washington Post. Everett Kelly, president of the American Federation of Government Employees, says quote changes like this should be negotiated with our bargaining unit where appropriate. Put simply, workers deserve a voice in their working conditions. So in all likelihood, if there is a union deal with the federal government, the unions will be exempted. So, basically, if you're in the private sector you are screwed is the way that Joe Biden is going to attempt to implement this. Tyrannical, tyrannical. We're going to get too, by the way the legality of all this in just one second after we get through the policy, So he begins with the proposition that if you're a private employer with over 100 employees, and he's going to force you to either force your employees to.
"the washington post" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"The vars did a great job covering the nba for many years. Now he's as an enterprise reporter for the washington post. Nobody knows what's up man. Mike with a laughing man which adama. Rg three may laugh. Act like you don't wanna go it. rg three. I just said he's a broadcast in like what you'd have more show and just talk. We could talk about. That would be uncomfortable. No we're very comfortable with mike. Mike would you listen if you heard that he was listen but having a popcorn. Say see i believe this is not in person. I watch all in the same room man three. He's all good man. I'm i'm talking insisting no had you around..
"the washington post" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Good evening once again. I'm chris channing. In for brian williams day one hundred ninety one of the biden administration and we begin tonight with breaking news from the washington post critical new information about the delta variant of the corona virus. The paper has obtained an internal cdc document which contains urgent new warnings about the virus. The post reports quote the delta variant of the corona virus appears to cause more severe illness than earlier variants and spreads as easily as chickenpox according to the internal federal health document that also argues officials must acknowledge. The war has changed. The post goes on to report quote. It's a combination of recently obtained still unpublished data from outbreak investigations and outside studies showing that vaccinated individuals infected with delta may be able to transmit the virus as easily as those who are unvaccinated vaccinated people infected with delta have measurable viral loads similar to those who are unvaccinated and infected with the variant. This afternoon president biden took a much more aggressive stance in face the escalating cova crisis driven by that delta variant and continued resistance to vaccines this american tragedy. People are dying and will die. Who don't have to die throughout their unvaccinated. You don't have to die. The administration is now confronted with the reality that it's work to stop the spread of cove. It could potentially face a major setback today. The president acknowledged that threat and took the first step toward imposing tough new regulations that will affect millions to impose requirements on key groups every federal government employees will be asked to attest to their vaccination status anyone who does not a test or is not vaccinated will require to mask no matter where they were test one or two times a week. If in fact you're unvaccinated you.
"the washington post" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"That's going to limit the reach of the poor to be able to travel unless they can get on public transportation. The rich will always have their gaskill guzzlers. The rich will always have their private jets. The rich will always have means to move beyond you. So when these environmentalist policies flow down from washington dc keeping might it is about punishing. The poor is about controlling the behavior of the poor. They could adapt but it's the billionaires who have built their houses on the beach and they blame you for carbon destroying their house and putting them in a hurricanes floods all that didn't used to exist. The extreme weather climate change phenomenon. They blame you for it and you've got to bear the burden of it. That's the by plan. The biden plan will not do very much to the rich. It will do a lot to the poor. Ironically the biden the wants to jack up income taxes as well say no one under four hundred thousand dollars years going to get an income tax increase. The problem is that in some areas of the country. Four hundred thousand dollars believe it or not you and i may not be able to recognize this but in a lot of places in the country. Forager thousand dollars is not a lot of money. It sounds like you and me in what they would call flyover country but if you're in a big coastal area for two thousand dollars is not a lot of money and if you get more that biden's going to jack up your taxes. You know the the market crash the other day because the biden tax plan he seems to be wanting to disrupt the markets but that's ultimately the bottom line here joe biden's economic and environmental policies for the same drive up prices. If he can drive up prices he can force us to curb our behaviors to save money. And that will fix it remember it. Was greta done and berg and the others who were telling us that the covert pandemic was great for the environment that we all need to stay.
"the washington post" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Census was lost in a fire. We could not locate relevant nineteen hundred records to close the gap in scots narrative. We were aided in our search of census records and certificates by carmen harris a history professor at the university of south carolina upstate that has conducted extensive research on african american farming in south carolina. Whenever possible we confirm since his records since his data is historically questionable at best when tracking blacks particularly in this time of the south where naming practices and lack of vital records require caution and discerning identities are research revealed a more complex story than what scott tells his audience. Scott's grandfather's father was a substantial landowner and scott's grandfather artists wear worked on that farm scott's family history in south carolina offers a fascinating window into a little own aspect of history the racist south following the civil war in the immediate aftermath of slavery that some enterprising black families purchased property as a way to avoid share cropping and achieve a measure of independence from white dominated society notwithstanding inconsistency in the ages listed. We believe we located lawrence wear who was born in eighteen sixty one in the eighteen. Seventy census and the eighteen eighty cents is his father. Who list is not able to read or write was a farmer and lawrence's listed as a field and when we fast four nineteen ten lawrence wears recorded as owning his own farm and a whole without a mortgage. He's able to read and write. He and his wife have nine children. Including willy wear scotch. Great grandfather willie is also a farmer williams. A wage are on his father's farm in. Willie can read and write but in the nineteen twenty cents. This really wear twenty is listed as married to his first white ula. Mobley wear they have one child rosella a one year old baby is recorded as being able to read and write. His signature is found on deeds in nineteen sixty eight nineteen sixty nine. Eighteen thirty census. His new wife has a new wife. Annie this is scott screen. Father first appears under the name. Otis age seven board. Nineteen twenty one. Willy wear is listed as working on his own account at his own farm. Yellow was the mother of in the nineteen forty census. Willy wear is still listed as working only count on his own far meals. the home otis's eighteen. He's an unpaid worker on his father's farm. That's where the trail ends. The census suggests artists in it is education in fourth grade twelve other dolts of the simpsons into their education the fourth grade so that may have been a common employed at the time. Notice notice the passive language. There that may have been a common endpoint at the time Education fourth grade. It's all into their artists appears to sign his name. Corden nine hundred forty two world war two draft registration card and home mortgages.
"the washington post" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Our co host daniel. Good to see you. Good morning dr paul. How are you doing well doing well. We're gonna talk a little bit about the Former president not the one that we have right now. We don't know enough about him. He's still but we'll ardmore about. Hey i'm we have an inkling about what he's all about but you know there's been a lot of distortion about that other guy. I think his name was trump. You know it. Does he tell the truth. is he. A good guy z. Is really with the people and and media loves them and you know this sort of thing but something came up this week surprised. A lot of people surprise me because usually you know the mainstream media never back down no matter how outrageous they are but the story was washing post Issued an apology for overstating or misstating Activity that activity show trump in a bad light in order to get a more information. Make sure he got impeached. And that was This incident was introduced in in the trial But trump Trump was said to have told other people when it came to georgia. Go find them. There's fraud out there. And i guess it was tone and the inference and how it was fun but it was considered really really a bad a bad strategy for trump and Quite frankly compared to other stuff. I think is it really that bad but the media everybody can see that it was that bad but can you believe it. It wasn't even true. It was used it. Hurt it politically. It was hurtful to trump. may thing is. The mainstream media went with the democrats with it. And i know when that was happening. That whole mess. That was going on over this first and second impeachment. They really hate this guy This is when decided they weren't Just annoyed with him They really hated him and they would go to all extremes. They were sort of Blindly would strike out but here it looks like trump Might might on this incident. Have the last laugh because they wrote this apology and published it. Which is which is pretty strange that they in the details are there how they took substance and they said. Oh yeah it was an anonymous report and and they looked at this and And they used that information to make the charges but Now maybe they think they can get some good points at the same time. It doesn't matter anymore. Trump's gone so it won't matter and they probably want to make them sales. Look a little more credible. I don't know what their motivations were. But i know what they have been for the last several years On the reporting everything and trump did or didn't do. Yeah that's the thing. It made the rounds. It made the rounds at a critical time and establish the narrative. And you're right. They accused him of a crime the trump of obstruction of justice by quote interfering with an election official in georgia telling him you know you'd better go find the fraud Which obviously he didn't do because it was an anonymous source that hadn't been checked by the washington post in here. If we can put up the picture. I would only with you. A little bit dr paul..
"the washington post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are you doing here? Meetings? You are more beautiful than ever used to say the right thing. We're still very Aramis, One of the next season for me. Do you leaving tomorrow? What are you doing here? E think I'm missing the point. Aaron, the impact never fades. It's fun. Dreamy, your dreamy Had dreams. You want to hear a funny Aramis? Of course. Yes, they head of the advertising agent agency that did that, who was a You know, one of the great men in advertising, and I'm blanking on his name. But we're in a room getting ready. All of us make up in here and all that. To go shoot that scene and I picked up in the air, Miss Bobble, splash some of my hand and start to put up my on my face Anyone? No, No, no, not on your skin, huh? Love Uh uh. I read this piece from he was The Washington Post from the maybe the second or third season of Cheers and One of the things that I read you say about Sam that I really liked. Woz that initially Like the beginning of the run, And I don't even know if this is actually true, because it's cheers is so fully formed from the beginning relative to most sitcoms, but the beginning of the run, you kind of played him as being dumb. And then you maybe you realized that He was choosing to be that in the world that maybe he valued being plain and just didn't want to be fancy. I thought there was such a significant Distinction for that character. All right. It took me about a year of doing Sam Malone the first season before I think I began to get it. It doesn't mean that the show wasn't great and All of that, But it's fine. I didn't know how to play Arrogant hadn't done that. I hadn't done boy girl in my life, You know, arrogant and bar guy and All of that. So it took me a while to kind of take living through the first season. Having people write about it have people like it or not like it or whatever kind of gave me the shell. I needed to go. Well, screw it, You know, here I am. You know, for better or worse, I'm gonna have fun, and that attitude kind of helped me learn how to play it. But in the beginning I was, I don't know that I was correct in that assumption. That he Sam was actually smarter than he was letting on. And I think as I went well, you know what I think he is smart. But then he had this massive blind spot called Women, you know, uh on addiction, tol women and sex and all of that, so So, Yeah, I think he was smart except for one glaring. It's much more fun to play. The dumb joke really is. It's the best joke in town, and I think that holds true and dramas. Well, it's like Uh, when I did damages, there was mean The writing was so good and then all the players were great, but It was funny. Have somebody who was so arrogantly. You know, I'm a self made man I could take on the world. I could do anything and get away with anything I want and just feel so confident in that While the audience in the real world is Glenn Close is about to clean my clock. You know, that's funny to not know how wrong you are in life when everyone else does. It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest. Ted Danson stars in the new NBC show, Mr Mayor. You've been married a long time. And that you met you met your wife in the in the early nineties and like 1993. Where were you at in your life outside of your career when you met her. Hot mess. Yeah, I was publicly Ah, hot mess, and I was separated and getting a divorce and But I I was working very hard on myself. I had a good wake up call, and so I You know, I was. I would try to Long beach to three times a week to see my mentor like therapist guy and, uh, who's have been a friend for life now. And so I took it seriously. And I kind of grew up emotionally on duh. If I hadn't done that. I don't think the life would have put Mary and me together or even in the same room. That's kind of how I look at it. So when we found found each other We both got cast in the same movie playing husband and wife and Through throughout the movie or halfway through the movie, you know, fell in love and stay together forever. But we had entered that movie going separately saying to ourselves Well, clearly, I'm not capable of having a relationship. Mary was going through that same feeling. And, uh, so we kind of went well. All right. We could be friends kind of thing. Like a canoe ride up the Mendocino River and Came back down a four hour canoe ride, and I think we're kind of without saying anything or very much. We kind of both kind of madly in love with each other. How do you think being with her changed the other pieces of your life, the parts that were outside of relationships. Well, you know, I think she insists that I am the best version of myself. And she does it through, you know, love and laughter and mocking my, You know insanity sometimes, But you know, I'm always trying to be my best self around her, which you know. Affects every part of my life. I am endlessly fascinated. I feel like if relationships are these wonderful fistfights, I'm punching a little bit above my weight kind of thing. You know, she is such an amazing partner. That I'm always trying to live up. To where I see her playing in life, and I think she does the same with me. On that canoe ride in Mendocino. We kept going up river and she'd keep wanting to see what was around the next bend. She was always let's go one more. Let's look at that. And I think that's been a truism in our life. She's always wanted to go around and expand and see what life has in store for us, and I think I might have been more sedentary or no, no, you know. This is good. This is good. Let's let's maintain. So you know, most of the excitement in my life has generated by keeping up with Mary and I trust that now to the point where even when I grumble, I know that her next plan, it's going to be exciting. I mean, it's it's lame, she says. You know what I think in a conversation and I get excited. Before she starts talking. I go. Uh what? I can't wait to hear. She's such a great actor. Do you think your relationship with her has Changed your art making. One facet of it does. She is a great actor and I when she's when she soars as an actor, it's like on another. Planet almost so much admiration of her just her her as an actor, But one of the things she does in life is she always that I admire is she always leaps off tall buildings. She's always looking for another. No exciting. Scary always has to be scary thing to do. You know David Mamet's Boston marriage, which is one of the hardest women's parts ever. And she took Zoey's extraordinary playlist what she's doing on NBC for the same reason she wanted. She's not a singer. She's not a dancer, and she's now singing and dancing. She she's a songwriter. Now, for the last 12 15 years, she's I mean the real Deal Songwriter Critics Choice award last year for best song in a film. And that was like, Wait..
"the washington post" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Was on MSNBC. He's a columnist for The Washington Post. This guy's nuts. We have. There are millions of Americans. Almost all white, almost all Republicans who somehow need to be de programmed there. It's as if they don't they? They're members of a cult. The trumpets cult on Do we have to be d program? Do you have any idea how we always start that process? See, much less completed? They're laughing about. Let me ask you a question. I don't know what else to do. Other than that, Tomo one of things I thought about asking you How if you are on their side If you're Katie current if you're this Washington post MSNBC guy How would you go about in reprogramming us? That's the only thing I could think of to come up with to talk about with you on this because I'm like it's so insane, but so how How would you Go about and I'm being serious in reprogramming us. If you're in charge, if you were, I should say if you were In the Beit administration, or in big tack or The media. Like these folks that were, you know, sharing this these quotes with how would you go about and reprogramming us? What would you think would be the best weight of reprogramming because that's what they're trying to do to us. Now, this is in, say, I can't believe I'm saying this now we did some hack down. Yup. So let's let xgo with their lives. How would you? How can you re program us? What can they do to re program us? 800 to 88? W What? What would you do if you were them? How can they re program us?.